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First 20-1 for Novembers New Subscribers (UPDATED)

After the dark events of the previous night at Wolverhampton we got off to a bright start with our first selection Spinning Cobblers (3-1) winning the Apprentice Handicap under a clever ride from Aaron Jones. Spinning Cobblers, a winner LTO over 7f was quick enough over 6f to stalk the pace under no duress and was kept tucked in behind the two front runners until the furlong pole where it was driven to split the two and repel the fast finish of Majestic Song. Kevin Stott was nowhere to be seen on favourite Dazeen!

It was disappointing to see such a tight market in the 6:10 for our selections but the win of selection Foxtrot Romeo (opened 13-2) was sufficient to make a small profit with another of our selections Pipers Note (opened 15-2)  finishing 2nd, Amadeus Wolfe Tone 4th and Go Far 5th. Only Confessional spoilt the party for a 1,2,3 and 4.

There are always setbacks in this game and we are about to go on the all to frequent roller coaster ride! No sooner had we recovered from the 2 point selection Last Minute Lisa (10-1) who huffed and puffed into a 6th place finish in the 7:10 before our final selection on the card Masterpaver (20-1) bolted up under a man at the top of his game Martin Harley.

Masterpaver raced alongside the short priced favourite and good friend of ours over past weeks, Daaree just off the pace. Travelling consummately well in to the straight, once the button was pressed by Harley the result became a fore gone conclusion. With nothing able to mount a worthy challenge in the final furlong our selection maintain a very healthy lead for a 20-1 shot and provide the first 20-1 for Novembers new subscribers.

As elated as I was with a 20-1 victory, seeing Daaree breakdown soured the occasion somewhat.

For someone who preaches the importance of discipline with regard to gambling, I have to admit to a little indiscipline last night. With a couple of races to go at Dundalk, a horse in the last race was jumping off the page! Top rated on my Speed Figures, A competitive OR far superior to its rivals, A C&D rating better than its LTO figure after 4 C&D runs and available at 6.2 15 minutes before the off on the machine.

Sometimes you see things that you have to take advantage off whether they are part of a methodical process or not. After all, I'm only human ;). Result: A pillar to post victory 

Horse Racing Tips: 14-1 or 13-2?

Friday, November 07, 2014

First 20-1 for Novembers New Subscribers (UPDATED)

After the dark events of the previous night at Wolverhampton we got off to a bright start with our first selection Spinning Cobblers (3-1) winning the Apprentice Handicap under a clever ride from Aaron Jones. Spinning Cobblers, a winner LTO over 7f was quick enough over 6f to stalk the pace under no duress and was kept tucked in behind the two front runners until the furlong pole where it was driven to split the two and repel the fast finish of Majestic Song. Kevin Stott was nowhere to be seen on favourite Dazeen!

It was disappointing to see such a tight market in the 6:10 for our selections but the win of selection Foxtrot Romeo (opened 13-2) was sufficient to make a small profit with another of our selections Pipers Note (opened 15-2)  finishing 2nd, Amadeus Wolfe Tone 4th and Go Far 5th. Only Confessional spoilt the party for a 1,2,3 and 4.

There are always setbacks in this game and we are about to go on the all to frequent roller coaster ride! No sooner had we recovered from the 2 point selection Last Minute Lisa (10-1) who huffed and puffed into a 6th place finish in the 7:10 before our final selection on the card Masterpaver (20-1) bolted up under a man at the top of his game Martin Harley.

Masterpaver raced alongside the short priced favourite and good friend of ours over past weeks, Daaree just off the pace. Travelling consummately well in to the straight, once the button was pressed by Harley the result became a fore gone conclusion. With nothing able to mount a worthy challenge in the final furlong our selection maintain a very healthy lead for a 20-1 shot and provide the first 20-1 for Novembers new subscribers.

As elated as I was with a 20-1 victory, seeing Daaree breakdown soured the occasion somewhat.

For someone who preaches the importance of discipline with regard to gambling, I have to admit to a little indiscipline last night. With a couple of races to go at Dundalk, a horse in the last race was jumping off the page! Top rated on my Speed Figures, A competitive OR far superior to its rivals, A C&D rating better than its LTO figure after 4 C&D runs and available at 6.2 15 minutes before the off on the machine.

Sometimes you see things that you have to take advantage off whether they are part of a methodical process or not. After all, I'm only human ;). Result: A pillar to post victory